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A Short Curriculum Vitae

Mehdi Nejad Bahadori received his PhD degree in mechanical engineering from University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign) in 1964.He has taught and/or carried out research in the following universities or institutions:

     In US: Missouri University of Science and Technology (Rolla), Arizona State University (Tempe) and California State University (Fullerton).

     In Canada: University of Waterloo (Waterloo, ON) and University of Ontario Institute of Technology (Oshawa, ON).

     In Iran: Shiraz University (Shiraz) and Sharif University of Technology (Tehran).

     In Austria: IIASA (Laxenburg), and in Italy: SOGESTA (Urbino).

He is a Fellow of The Iranian Academy of Sciences.

Dr. Bahadori has carried out pioneering research in: innovative approaches to energy conservation in buildings, solar energy applications, passive and low-energy cooling of buildings, ethics in engineering and engineering of ethics, and how to secure and increase one’s happiness. He has written seven books and published more than 100 research papers in scientific journals, including Scientific American, or presented in conferences. (See his full CV at: 

He has been a consultant on various thermal applications of solar energy and efficient heating and cooling of buildings.

He has been a consultant for greater happiness and well-being.

He has held the following administrative positions: Associate Dean of Engineering at Shiraz University, Vice- President for Graduate Studies at Sharif University of Technology, and Vice-President at Iranian Academy of Sciences.

He has traveled more than 140 times to 36 countries, to present papers, seminars or workshops in conferences, universities or to social groups, or just visit many research institutions.